adjective, bon·ni·er, bon·ni·est.
- (of people) healthy, sweet, and lively.
- (of places) placid; tranquil.
- pleasing; agreeable; good.
- bonneville flats,
- bonneville salt flats,
- bonnie and clyde,
- bonnie prince charlie,
Origin of bonny
Examples from the Web for bonny
Bonny Island in Nigeria and St. Michael's in Maryland had much in common in colonial times.
And the sight o' sae many sweet, bonny faces will mak' us work a' the better.
He was gone so long that Bonny, who did not know the reason of his absence, began to grow very uneasy before he returned.
Two months later the Bonny Bess is reported to have brought people and supplies for Berkeley in its cargo.The First Seventeen Years: Virginia 1607-1624|Charles E. Hatch
adjective -nier or -niest
Word Origin for bonny
1540s, of unknown origin, apparently from Old French bon, bone "good" (see bon).